Beaumont Disc Golf Course

The growing sport of Disc Golf, also known as Frisbee® Golf, is now in Beaumont! 

Four Seasons Disc Golf Course is located in the south east area of quiet Four Seasons Park in Beaumont.

It offers a great mixture of narrow and wide open fairways, rolling landscape and technical hazards.

  • 9 hole course with Mach V baskets
  • 2 possible basket locations on each hole changed frequently
  • Both paved and concrete tee pads. (concrete to come 2018)
  • Beautifully marked individual hole signs
  • Public parking behind the Beaumont High School
  • Open year round in a public park. No reservations required
  • Seasonal washroom facilities

To learn more about Disc Golf, visit the Edmonton Disc Golf Association website or the Professional Disc Golf Association website

Disc Golf: Object of the Game 

To play each hole in the fewest throws (strokes) possible. The player with the lowest total strokes for the course wins.

 Guidelines for Play

 

  • Each hole begins at the tee.
  • Subsequent throws are made from the place where the disc comes to rest.
  • The player who is furthest from the target throws first.
  • The hole is completed when the disc is supported by the target’s basket or chains.
  • Tee off order is determined by players’ scores on the previous hole. Lowest score tees first.

Courtesy and Etiquette 

  • Remain quiet and avoid unnecessary movements when others are throwing.
  • Stand behind the player who is throwing until throw is complete.
  • Remove disc from target after completing hole.
  • Allow faster groups to play through if possible.
  • Respect the course – put waste in proper receptacles and do not alter trees or obstacles.
  • Vandalizing targets, signs, park equipment, and landscaping will not be tolerated.

Basic Rules of Play 

  • A player must have a supporting point behind his lie and in line with the target when disc is released.
  • A run up and follow through are allowed unless the lie is within 10 meters of the target.
  • Any shot within 10 meters of the target requires that player not move past his lie until the disc is at rest.
  • Casual relief should be taken from an unsafe lie.

Safety First

  • Golf discs can cause serious injury.
  • Never throw when players or park users are within range.
  • Always give park users the right of way.
  • Be aware of your surroundings and environment.

We would like to thank our sponsors for their contribution to the disc golf course.